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an hour, virginia drivers can finally renew their driver's license. a computer glitch kept workers from processing new ones within a week. some have extended hours through this evening. many will also be opened tomorrow and on labor day. find a complete list of ofrss within this area with extended hours. metro is using this long labor day weekend to make safety upgrades. that includes closing five red line stations. crews are making track repairs and upgrading communication access. they will offer free shuttle service between the stations. the repair should wrap up by 1:00 a.m. on tuesday. >>> after a fire forced the art museum to close temporarily, a fire started in the roof where crews were doing welding work for renovationses. no artwork has significant damage. museum officials say all gral r galleries except for the phillips house will be >>> well, we lost a degree since i last saw you. it's now 73 degrees. dewpoints are nice and low so it feels comfortable outside. check out the 60s to our west. today it's all about the sunshine. maybe a bit of a breeze out of the northwest. we'll
weather weekend. 59 our current temperatre here in washington. mid-50s across much of northern virginia now and also into forges of suburban maryland. 51 degrees at andrews airorce base. 60 at the naval academy in annapolis. plenty of sunshine. delightful today. temperatures in the 7020 upper 80s. aaron? >>> up next on "the today show" grandparents caring for their grdchildren due to >>> we are back on this saturday morning, the 18th day of september, 2010. it's a beautiful late summer morning on the plaza. and our thanks to everyo who came out to spend part of their morning with us. back inside studio 1a, i'm amy robach along with lester holt. and coming up, miracle girl. >> a 28-year-old woman, becky hallin, went into cardiac arrest. doctors tried to resuscitate her for over an hour, and just when they thought she was gone the wife and mother of three suddenly responded and was stabilized. coming up we'll meet her, find out how doctors were able to bring her back, and how she's doing today. >> then, here's the i factor, what lurks from kitchen to cabs to door knobs to computers, every
, virginia, and maryland have already declared states of emergency. the major question now remains exactly what path will earl take up the coast. we'll be checking in with al for the latest on this in just a moment. >> got some other stories to cover, including amanda knox, the american college student convicted of murdering her roommate in italy. this morning, some new revelations about her state of mind. and we'll talk to a former fbi agent who is absolutely convinced that she is innocent. >> that's right. and also a little bit later, familiar face around here on "today." try going, matt, the entire month wearing just six items of clothing. the question is, did anybody notice? did you? we're going to find out how she did. >> over and over again. let's begin this morning with hurricane earl. al is in kill devil hills in north carolina on the outer banks. he's tracking the storm. al, good morning to you. >> well, good morning, matt. and, yes, earl has strengthened overnight. a category 4 storm. let's give you the latest details on earl. first of all, we've got a very active area out there.
is a strong thunderstorm in the pnhandle of west virginia. a severe thunderstorm warning for hampsheir, morgan county, west virginia. that storm is heading off to the northeast. should be moving into cumberland and washington county in maryland in the next few minutes or so. we could have wind gusts up to 60 miles an hour. sewhere, scattered showers today up to noontime and sun this afternoon. more rain tomorrow afternoon into thursday. and that's your weather. meredith >> al, thank you very much. new york mayor michael bloomberg turned some heads as he addressed the education nation suit being put on here in new york by nbc news. he says he plans to put teachers to task and make them earn their tenure. i want to get to education in just a second, but first let's talk politics, both the president and the vice president are out there trying to galvanize the youth vote that helped them get elected in 2008. but 25% of young voters are certain they'll go to vote. is his strategy likely to pay off in the long run? >> it's disappointing the number of people that rn out in elections. >> don't the dem
:26. i'm craig melvin. it is labor day. in the news today, even though it's a holiday, 14 virginia dmv offices will be open today. customers were not able to get new driver's licenses or i.d. cards for nearly two weeks because of a computer glitch in the commonwealth. because of that, the dmv has extended hours at certain branches to help with the backlog today. in northern virginia, the alexandria, fair oaks, leesburg offices will be open from 8:00 a.m. until noon. weather and traffic, straight ahead. >>> good morning. i'm tom kierein. a beautiful labor day under way. it's cool now. we're in the 50s and 60s, climbing to the low and mid-80s by low afternoon. low humidity, lots of sun. and we heat up, getting back to work and school tomorrow. ashley linder, how's the traffic? >> on this holiday morning, hov restrictions are not in effect out of virginia, as you can see. and the capital beltway is doing great. the pace headed away from us leaving college park for silver spring. craig, back to you. >> as you head back to work and school tomorrow, be sure you join us early in the morning.
. >> it really is becoming a national problem. >> reporter: mid-atlantic states from new jersey to virginia are seeing the biggest problems with stink bugs, but the bugs have been spotted as far west as california and as far south as florida. why are they pestering us now? it's all about the change in season and the dropping of temperature. >> what they want to do is find a place to chill out for the winter, they're coming in for refuge, they'll invade your attic, they'll get under the siding. >> they stink a lot. >> it's terrifying, the noise is tremendous, the smell is atrocious. >> even the ceo of a pest control company can't shake them from his home in lowell, maryland. >> in the last 15 days i have been seeing 15, 20, at least stink bugs on the outside of the house and four or five on the inside just about every day. >> and farmers can't protect their crops either. >> our poor fruit growers here in the mid-atlantic region are getting crushed by stink bugs on apples, on peaches, on nectar reigns. >> stink bugs don't bite. >> people are little grossed out by seeing them but they do not t
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